Learn More About AABB Immigration DNA Testing
Immigration DNA Testing is becoming an important part of the family-based immigration process. Many families have questions. How does the testing work? Who does the DNA test? How long does the test take? How much does it cost? This section is devoted to providing answers to those questions and more through informational articles. We will continue to add new articles to this page as new questions and concerns arise.
Choosing A DNA Lab For Immigration
If you’ve received a Request For Evidence (RFE) suggesting a DNA test, then your family is very close to getting a visa. However, if you fail to choose an AABB laboratory who specializes in immigration, then you run the risk of delaying the process even further.
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Why is Immigration DNA Testing Needed?
U.S. Citizens and Legal Permanent Residents are permitted to petition immidiate family members for entrance into the United States. The petitioner must fill out a form I-130, submit an affidavit of support proving that they can support the beneficiary, and also submit proof that they are biologically related to the beneficiary. Immigration DNA testing proves the biological relationship.
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How Does an Immigration DNA Test Work?
You and your family need to prove that you are related, so you can be together in the United States. The U.S. Embassy has requested DNA testing to prove your relationship. The process is not overly difficult, but it can have some twists and turns. Here are the steps to take.
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